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Country of origin:Germany
Produced in:1993
Numbers built:55
Price new:$106,500
Internal name:964
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:April 28, 2017
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Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496067 Completed in May of 1993, this RSR was delivered new to Joest Racing. They fielded the car in two rounds of the ADAC GT Cup for Ronny Meixer. For the 1994 season, it was sold to a Harald Weiland, who campaigned the car at select events in 1995. It was then sold to a German l>>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496069 One of the first 911 Carrera RSR 3.8s built, this example was completed in April of 1993. It was delivered new to Otto Altenbach, who had the car fielded by Obermaier Racing in the ADAC GT Cup. The Carrera RSR 3.8 is believed to have made five appearances before it was retir>>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496070 Entered in the 1993 ADAC GT Cup, this 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 was sold new to the Roock Racing Team. The car was fielded for a choice of drivers that included Bruno Eichmann, who won at the Nürburgring and Dutchman Mike Hezemans, who competed in the Zandvoort round. It was >>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496071 Built early in 1993, this 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 was acquired new by the Swiss team Scuderia Chicco d'Oro. It was entered in that year's 24 hours of Le Mans for Olivier Haberthur, Charles Margueron and Claude Haldi. The two Swiss drivers qualified 34th and in what would be Hald>>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496075 Sold new to Larbre Competition principal Jack Leconte, this 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 made its competition debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1993. Shared by Leconte, Jesus Pareja and Pierre de Thoisy, it placed 16th overall and second in class. The following year, the car return>>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496079 Completed in the fall of 1993, this Carrera RSR 3.8 was acquired new by American-based Porsche enthusiast Jochen Rohr. It was entered at the 1994 Daytona 24 Hours but an accident in practice prevented the new 911 from taking part in the race. It was repaired in time for the >>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496080 One of three RSRs destined for Japan, this example was delivered new to its first customer through distributor MIZWA Limited in Tokyo. It was finished in a paint-to-sample 'Fly Yellow', which is more commonly seen on Ferraris. Barely used, it was eventually sold to an Americ>>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496086 Finished in yellow with a black interior and fitted with a 120-litre fuel tank for endurance racing, this RSR 3.8 was sold new to a collector in South Dakota. In 1999, it was sold to a Japanese enthusiast and then passed into British hands in 2007. It was then sold once more>>>

Chassis WP0ZZZ96ZPS496107 Finished in silver with a bright red interior, this 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 was delivered new in 1993. The car was not raced or even used on the road but instead was placed in a private collection where it has remained for nearly 25 years. Still wrapped in the factory-applied Co>>>

  Article Image gallery (126) Chassis (9) Specifications